Ezra Miller Recast in 'Invincible' Season 2 Amid Controversies
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The 31-year-old 'Flash' actor was originally cast as the voice of D.A. Sinclair, a mad scientist who experiments on humans, in the Prime Video animated series.

AceShowbiz - In the second season of Prime Video's animated series "Invincible", Ezra Miller has been replaced as the voice of D.A. Sinclair, a mad scientist who experiments on humans. In the first season, Miller voiced the character, but in last week's episode, "I'm Not Going Anywhere," Sinclair's voice was provided by Eric Bauza ("X-Men '97").

Miller has faced numerous scandals in recent years, including arrests for alleged disorderly conduct, harassment, and grooming children. The actor pleaded guilty to unlawful trespassing in Vermont last year and agreed to mental health treatment in 2022.

Despite calls for Miller's removal from the upcoming "The Flash" film, director Andy Muschietti has stated that there are no plans to recast the actor. However, Miller's replacement in "Invincible" suggests that Amazon Studios may be taking a different approach.

Based on the Skybound/Image comic, "Invincible" follows Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), a teenager who discovers that his father is the most powerful superhero on the planet. The series also stars Sandra Oh, Zazie Beetz, Grey DeLisle, Chris Diamantopoulos and Walton Goggins. Executive producers include Robert Kirkman, David Alpert, and Evan Goldberg.

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